Ten Mistakes People Make Working On CarsTen Mistakes People Make Working On Cars2 years ago in Personal More Like This
To err is human, to avoid messing up your car is divine. Make sure you aren't making these ten common mistakes when working on your car to avoid damage and possibly injury.
1. Not Disconnecting Your Battery
Before working on your car, disconnect your battery to avoid a tool like a wrench shorting out the battery terminal. Always disconnect your battery before welding, because you could back-feed high voltage and damage electronics.
2. Not Using Spark Plug Wire Markers
This is an easy mistake to fix. Use our Spark Plug Wire Markers and always connect your wires to the right cylinder.
3. Not Using Anti-seize Compound
Use anti-seize compound when you are connecting steel and aluminum to allow for easy removal in the future. This will protect you from harmful corrosion.
4. Having Left Over Parts
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